Ruth Graves Wakefield, the woman who invented the chocolate chip cookie, was something closer to the Martha Stewart of her day.
New research provides more evidence linking cocoa consumption to enhanced cognitive functioning.
Basically, everything you want to munch on is bad for you.
A new study shows a brief burst of exercise makes a difference, even for stressed-out chocoholics.
A new study confirms that our automatic positive mental associations with chocolate can be modified.
It’s not just an affinity for chocolate that seems to produce Nobel prizewinners.
New research suggests that frequent consumption of chocolate may be related to lower body-mass index.
For many consumers, the label “fair trade” promotes the inaccurate assumption that a chocolate bar is lower in calories than its competitors.
A collection of academic musings on Valentine's Day traditions to keep you warm in bed at night (in the event that you don't find a date).
Research suggests certain mental games may help chocolate lovers resist the temptation to overindulge.
A Princeton University presents evidence that sugar can be physically addictive.